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Need output locations identified and cross for transistors

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  • rdstuff02 Jul 31, 2008

    I know the transistors are tip-142;147's which cross to NTE 270;271 power Bipolar NPN & PNP

    respectivly what I need to know is Q8 is one or the other ect!!!

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SOURCE: Studiomaster 900E power transitors

read through this thread and you should be able to get a schematic

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showthread.php?threadid=140776

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